This car should have a salvage title but it doesn’t.
Will trade for newer/nice stock trailer or horse trailer.
The transmission works but is getting tired.
The price is FIRM at $7000.00
This car has had many of the typical Z3 problems fixed.
Recent fixes and upgrades
Brand new Optima red top battery;
New hood and hatch struts;
Wiring for rear hatch fixed, rear wiper and rear defroster work, etc.;
New door handle seals, they typically get brittle and break apart;
New vapor barrier in both doors so the doors don't leak;
New seat bushings made from derlin I believe, so the seats don't slosh back and forth;
New airbag control module;
New cooling system including hoses, coolant overflow tank, heater hoses, thermostat and housing, etc.;
Secondary Air pump removed with block-off plate, the car is running OEM BMW software so you won't ever get a code for emissions equipment;
New Bilstein front struts with M top hats and new top mounts;
New Bilstein rear struts with Rogue reverse mount shock tops, this makes future maintenance much easier;
New steering column bushing from AKG;
New ABS sensors;
New valve cover gasket;
Saggy glovebox fixed;
New tires, around 800 miles on them;
New window guide bushings;
New inner and outer tie rod ends;
Newer control arm bushings;
Included with this sale are the OEM Chrome grills; and two keys, one of the keys is a brand new illuminated version.
As you can see from the photos the car has an M front bumper and M side grills. This is because it was in a front end accident and was fixed. If I were to keep the car I would just get new wheels and reupholster the A pillars, other than that the car needs nothing. The headliner is in great condition. There is an extremely small dent near the wheel well opening of the right rear fender which I was told could be removed using 'paintless dent repair.' I would have no problem driving this car on a long road trip immediately. The subframe is in like-new condition with no popped welds, likely because the car is an automatic.
The car comes with a stereo/head unit as pictured, it's just difficult to see because it automatically folds-up when not in use to detour thieves.